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06/06/17
Gizmodo

A new paper marks the first time that researchers have imaged fossilized poo with a specific kind of accelerator imaging.

06/01/17

Muon magnet’s moment has arrived

The Muon g-2 experiment has begun its search for phantom particles with its well-traveled electromagnet.

06/01/17

At LIGO, three’s a trend

The third detection of gravitational waves from merging black holes provides a new test of the theory of general relativity.

05/26/17
Wired

Today’s astronomers don’t just need to know how stars form and black holes burst.

Expanding the search for dark matter

08/22/17

At a recent meeting, scientists shared ideas for searching for dark matter on the (relative) cheap.

02/16/17

Wizardly neutrinos

Why can a neutrino pass through solid objects?

02/14/17

Physics love poems

Advance your romance with science.

02/10/17

Physics love poem challenge

Think you can do better than the Symmetry staff? Send us your poems!

02/07/17

What ended the dark ages of the universe?

New experiments will help astronomers uncover the sources that helped make the universe transparent.

02/02/17

Road trip science

The Escaramujo Project delivered detector technology by van to eight universities in Latin America.

01/26/17

The robots of CERN

TIM and other mechanical friends tackle jobs humans shouldn’t.

01/24/17

Five extreme facts about neutron stars

Neutron stars have earned their share of superlatives since their discovery in 1967.

01/17/17

The value of basic research

How can we measure the worth of scientific knowledge? Economic analysts give it a shot.